Bret Michaels and Twisted Sister's Dee Snider are once again raising money for charity through NBC's "The Celebrity Apprentice." The rockers are part of the upcoming season's "all-star" cast, which was revealed on the "Today" show Friday. Bret, the only returning champ, was on hand for the announcement. He said he doesn't think having won before gives him any advantage, and expects the competition will "be insane." Michaels added that the last time he was on the show he was "really sick," but now he's "ready to come back." A month before the 2010 season came to an end Bret suffered his brain hemorrhage, and just days before the live finale he had been hospitalized for a "warning stroke" and doctors discovered he had a hole in his heart.
Other returning stars include La Toya Jackson; NBA star Dennis Rodman; actors Gary Busey, Lisa Rinna, and Stephen Baldwin; rapper Lil Jon, country star Trace Adkins, and magician Penn Jillette. The new season of "The Celebrity Apprentice" will begin in March.